I’ve started a page of examples for the Zeiss Milvus 18mm f/2.8—only two now, but more to follow.
The Milvus 18/2.8 works very well on the Nikon D850 and is particularly attractive for its size and weight; it feels at home on the D850.
This snow never melted here from the winter of 2016/2017; it is hard and now ice, with glacial-like cracks at intervals. A few heavy winters and it would become a substantial ice field.
High in the inhospitable environment, bristlecone pines thrive at elevations up to 11,600' / 3535 meters. Two “young” (perhaps 30 years old) juveniles site high on an exposed ridge, hardy newcomers as the climate has warmed up since the 1800's/early 1900's. It does look like treeline is rising.
Faces and shapes abound in this old bristlecone. I like the way the last ray of sunshine caught one “face”, seemingly conversion with the other.